Category Archives: Phobia

Therapy in Virtual Environments: Are the Rights and Responsibilities the Same as in the Real World?

There has been a steady increase in the use of therapy for psychological disorders in virtual environments (VE) and using computer-assisted treatment over the last decade. Do the same guidelines and ethical standards apply as they do in the in-person … Continue reading

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Unified Approach To Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy Effective In Anxiety Disorders

New research finds that using cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) combined with a “transdiagnostic” approach allows therapists to apply one set of principles across anxiety all disorders and provides the most improvement. Peter Norton, PhD, associate professor in clinical psychology and director … Continue reading

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Paraskevidekatriaphobia

Some people take fear of Friday the 13th or paraskevidekatriaphobia very seriously. The year 2012 is an especially bad year for those who fear this day. Most years have one or two Friday the 13ths, but this year, there are … Continue reading

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